5 Places to Go Apple Picking

Now that fall has officially arrived, it’s a perfect time to enjoy beautiful, warm, autumn colors and warm yet not too hot weather. Take your friends and family and have an active weekend in nature! Below you can read all about the best places for apple picking around LA. It’s a great way to be active! Try amazing apple dishes like warm apple pies, ciders and donuts! Enjoy!

Willowbrook Apple Farm

Willowbrook Apple Farm is a small, family-run operation. They are inviting you to come and press some fresh apple cider and take in a caramel apple to celebrate the fall! The farm is open for U-pick apple picking and u-press apple cider every weekend beginning October 3rd. Reservations can be made online the Tuesday before you visit.

Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Stone Soup Farm

Situated in the foothills of east Oak Glen, California lies this family’s microfarm of heirloom apple orchard, flower fields, and cultivated gardens. This weekend the Stone Soup Farm & Heritage Orchard are having a farm tour and apple fair. There will be plenty of activities available such as apple picking, cider pressing and sampling. During the tour, you will have the chance to do candle dipping, as well as tomahawks and archery.

Hours: Friday & Saturday, 10a.m.-4p.m.

Snow-Line Orchard Farms

Snow-Line Orchard is a family owned apple farm, winery & cidery in Oak Glen, CA and the surrounding area. Join the fun at Snow-Line Orchard Farms, offering all of your favorite fall goodies such as mini cider donuts, apple cider slushies, and apple pies, making this a true fall experience you won’t want to miss out on.


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Hours: Open daily, 9a.m.-5p.m.

Los Rios Rancho

Los Rios Rancho is Southern California’s largest Apple Farm in operation since 1906. They specialize in historic entertainment and traditional farming using our agricultural heritage as a backdrop for our many public events and living history field trips. Los Rios Rancho invites you to come out on the weekends and take a wagon ride through their apple orchards and take a peek at their barnyard animals in the petting zoo. Feel free to pick your own apples and press your own cider. While enjoying over 200 acres of farmland, making this an entertaining fall experience for everyone.

Hours: Saturday-Sunday, 9a.m.-6p.m.

Riley’s Farm

Nestled in the apple growing foothills of historic Oak Glen, Riley’s Farm is a working apple orchard and living history farm featuring pick-your-own fruit, living history education, dinner theatre, group banquet facilities and extended, historically-themed overnight stays. Proud to have one of the largest orchards in the Glen area, they have over 30 assorted apple varieties. Specializing in “heirloom,” apples that are rich in taste and flavor. Most Saturdays, Riley Farms, offers an “Adventures in the Old World,” tour which allows guests to participate in tomahawks and archery accompanied by a historian.


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Hours: Wednesday-Saturday-10a.m.-4p.m.

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